Of I And Them

Of I and Them, Obama’s Defining Narrative

The Obama Messiah - A False prophet with delusions of worthObama is a creature of words and, as such, his words provide the definition of the boy who would be America’s ruler and who has been foolishly installed as the POTUS. Most telling of the words that define Obama are, “I” and the variant forms of, “Them,” and how he uses them to define the narrative surrounding himself and, extension, how the boy seeks to define himself and his place in history and the American narrative.

Obama loves to use “I” whenever someone does something that is laudable in order to insinuate himself into the situation and take credit for it’s happening. Conversely, he will always speak of “Them” whenever something is unpleasant, wrong, or criminal in order to shield himself from any blame being attached to him.

That’s Obama’s defining narrative. Taking all the credit and none of the blame, in both cases whether deserved or not.

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The Power of Awareness (Tarcher Cornerstone Editions)

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2 Responses to “Of I And Them”

  1. Alan Scott Says:

    In 2008 Obama drew 200,000 in Germany. In 2013 Obama draws 4,500 in Germany. Apparently even Europeans are tired of being BSed.

  2. jonolan Says:

    That’s the problem of being the Magic Negro. You have to actually perform at some point instead of just tap dancing around blaming other people for you’re not being able to do anything of worth.

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